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Recent Reviews

Re:Individual Beef Wellingtons with Mushroom, Spinach & Blue Cheese Filling

Although time consuming, this recipe has worked beautifully every time that I have made it. Follow the instructions but use your common sense when searing the meat. We all have different stoves, equipment, ovens, etc. Use your hands to squeeze out the spinach and then press on paper towels - this will get it very dry. I used goat cheese for my guests who do not like blue cheese and it was a great substitute.

Posted: 12:51 am on December 11th 2012

Re:Summer Bouillabaisse with Smoky Rouille

There is a reason that every cook gave this recipe 5 stars. Easy to make and excellent taste!

Posted: 09:20 pm on August 19th 2012

Re:Buffalo Chicken Strips with Blue Cheese Dip

These are ridiculously good! I make them every year for our annual Christmas party of 50 people. They don't even make it out of the kitchen to the table.

Posted: 11:44 pm on February 20th 2012

Re:Olive Oil Pumpkin Bread

Moist, delicious and easy to make. Bakes as promised! Neighbor just emailed asking for the recipe after receiving a loaf - that says a lot!

Posted: 09:54 pm on October 4th 2011

Re:Peanut Butter Cookies

Easily the best peanut butter cookie recipe I have ever tasted ... and I used to work in a bakery! Make sure that you use full fat peanut butter for optimum taste.

Posted: 12:16 am on July 19th 2011

Re:Fusilli with Green Beans, Pancetta, and Parmigiano


Posted: 12:13 am on October 2nd 2009

Re:Barbecue-Braised Vietnamese Short Ribs with Sweet Vinegar Glaze

Absolutely fantastic. Very easy to make and can easily be made the day before.

Posted: 03:44 pm on July 7th 2009

Re:Double Ginger Crackles

Excellent cookies and easy to make. Not a huge fan of ginger? Omit the crystallized ginger and add 1 Tbsp of Cinnamon and 1/2 Tsp of Allspice for Spice Crackles. I have made this change a dozen times with great success!

Posted: 10:02 pm on March 13th 2008